Football has officially arrived for a pair of Big 12 programs.

On Friday, both Oklahoma and Kansas announced that their fall camps are underway and players and coaches are back on the field. Both teams are able to start camp on Friday as the Sooners and Jayhawks are each scheduled to play their first game on Saturday, Aug. 29.

While there’s certainly still a lot of question marks out there regarding the 2020 college football season, this is another step in the direction of having the sport resume this fall.

The announcement that Oklahoma and Kansas were moving forward with fall camp comes just a few hours after the B1G stated that it has not yet made a decision on whether or not teams can press on with fall camp as planned. The league is expected to make a decision “within the next five days.”

Kansas is scheduled to play Southern Illinois in its season opener while Oklahoma will host Missouri State. The Big 12 has made no final announcements about its schedule for the upcoming season.